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Hard Drive Prices Have Grown by 18% in the First Half of 2021, SSD Prices by 4-7%

Hard Drive Prices Have Grown by 18% in the First Half of 2021, SSD Prices by 4-7%

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  1. Just started looking for hard drives again – ok so I’m not going crazy to see that hard drive prices are up like 20 – 30%…

  2. Well they said it will get cheaper with time..

    Liars

  3. I am fortunate I got a bunch of drives before the price went up, right at the end of 2019. The 12TBs I got then cost $150 more per drive today. Damn

  4. The inflation that wasn’t supposed to happen….

  5. Is that number being skewed by the price of high-capacity SSDs? Because I just paid for a 2TB HDD what I paid for a 1TB a year and a half ago.

  6. Well shit, I just bought 2 4TB IronWolf’s for like $210.

  7. It’s me, sorry. It seems like every time I get into a new hobby the price of a vital piece skyrockets. When I got into mycology last year, mason jars sold out and the price almost doubled.

  8. Yay, more proof of work snake oil driving up prices in the name of another blockchain gold rush

  9. y’all are grossly overstating how popular chia is. It’s simply the factories only being able to work at 80%-ish capacity, along with the parts shortage. Raw materials have also gone up significantly

    WD had a chia taskforce and they were going to release products (both ssd and hdd) but it died out after only **a month** of discussion because of lack of interest.

  10. It’s beacuse of the chia crypto bs. Combine with the semiconductor shortage, then covid. It’s something made worce by other factors.

    Gerrr

  11. I’d like to see this article updated after 30 SEPT. large cap HDs (say 12TB+) are coming down to normal prices pretty quick.

  12. I find it hard to believe that prices are going down when there is a supply chain disruption.

  13. Seems low.

    The 14tb shucks I buy every 2-3 months are 100-130 more than they were 2/3 months ago

  14. Was building out a 8x12TB NAS array and now the Easystore drives are the same price as the Toshiba 7200 RPM drives with much better warranty.

    But really, nobody price sensitive is caring too much about what’s happened as much as when drives will come back down again. Still not seeing any decent news there

  15. Just as I have started getting the funds to get my dedicated NAS… Just for 3x6TB ironwolf drives will be nearly $600

  16. 18% AVERAGE maybe.

    For high capacity CMR drives, I would say- significantly more.

    For 500+ GB SSDs, prices have went WAAY up. Lower capacity SSDs remain mostly unchanged.

  17. Since Chia was a thing. Prices shot up real quick.